Coke green can: Have vegetables infiltrated our beloved sugar juice?

Terrifying Green Coke Can Implies That Drinking Coke Could Have Something to Do With Vegetables

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June 17 2014 2:18 PM

Terrifying Green Coke Can Implies That Drinking Coke Could Have Something to Do With Vegetables

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Coca-Cola via The Guardian

What?!? That's Coke's new "Coca-Cola Life" drink. Available in Chile and Argentina and coming soon in the U.K., it has 89 calories (versus regular Coke's 140) and is sweetened with something called "stevia."

Green is widely known as the color of broccoli and other vegetables.

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If stevia turns out to be a vegetable, I don't even know what I'm gonna do.

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